Psychosis therapists in Asheville, North Carolina NC

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Asheville, North Carolina therapist: Matt Vaughn, licensed professional counselor

Matt Vaughn

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, LMHC
I have extensive experience working with clients that struggle with symptoms of psychosis.  
17 Years Experience
In-Person in Asheville, NC
Online in Asheville, North Carolina
Chicago, Illinois therapist: Dr. Adam Shafer, psychologist

Dr. Adam Shafer

Psychologist, Psy. D., M.A.
Losing touch with reality is more complicated than just trying to realign oneself with the external environment. To understand this experience, one must work to appreciate the subjective realities that illuminate these challenges.  
Online in Asheville, North Carolina
Norfolk, Virginia therapist: Grace in the Shadows, licensed professional counselor

Grace in the Shadows

Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, MDiv, MA, NCMHC, ALMHC, VALMHC
I approach psychosis with a compassionate and faith-based perspective, integrating psychological expertise with Christian principles to provide support and guidance. Recognizing the profound challenges faced by individuals experiencing psychosis, I create a safe and empathetic space that incorporates prayer, scriptural reflection, and discussions on faith. Collaborating with other mental health professionals as needed, I work to help individuals and their families navigate the complexities of psychosis within the context of their Christian beliefs. While respecting the need for psychiatric intervention and medication, I address the spiritual and emotional aspects of the individual's experience. This holistic approach aims to support individuals in finding strength, hope, and a sense of purpose grounded in their Christian faith as they navigate the challenges associated with psychosis.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Asheville, North Carolina
Nashville, Tennessee therapist: Dr. Christine Manley, psychologist

Dr. Christine Manley

Psychologist, PhD in Clinical Psychology
Patients experiencing psychosis are a very vulnerable population. Feeling others hate you or want to harm you, feeling you are being spoken about poorly or being monitored by different groups, hearing voices, unusual and very strong beliefs and other unusual thoughts can be an indication of psychosis. If you think that you may be experiencing psychosis, please contact me to begin treatment.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Asheville, North Carolina
Greenwich, Connecticut therapist: Sala Psychology, psychologist

Sala Psychology

We have clinicians who specialize in working with individuals with chronic mental illness  
3 Years Experience
Online in Asheville, North Carolina